Definition of Klootches

1. klootch [n] - See also: klootch



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Klootches

klondyke
klondyked
klondykes
klong
klongs
klonklave
klonklaves
klonvocation
klonvocations
klooch
klooches
kloof
kloofing
kloofs
klootch
klootches (current term)
klopemania
kludd
kludds
kludge
kludged
kludges
kludgey
kludgie
kludgier
kludgies
kludgiest
kludging
kludgy
kluge

Literary usage of Klootches

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New Garden of Canada: By Pack-horse and Canoe Through Undeveloped New by Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot (1911)
"The klootches spend their time gathering sugar ... The men set to work and toil hard, while the klootches smarten themselves up for "his honour's" arrival. ..."

2. The Shameless Diary of an Explorer by Robert Dunn (1907)
"Starved dogs, half-naked children, shawled klootches, bucks in prospectors' old clothes, all gathered, stared, shook hands, clucked questions. ..."

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